Audi unveils an innovative electric wave: Introducing the electric car Q6 and exclusive PPE technology

Audi has now embarked on a massive campaign to introduce a range of electric vehicles, building upon the success of their previous electric car offerings and moving beyond reliance on the parent company’s electric car technology. The future models will feature a platform developed in-house by the company itself.

The new Q6 model will be Audi’s first stand-alone electric car to be introduced.

Audi, the German company, presents its first electric car, Q6

Audi launches an innovative electric wave detecting the Q6 electric car and exclusive PPE technology

The new lineup consists of four models based on a technological platform called “PPE” (Premium Platform Electric), specifically designed for electric vehicles, providing dedicated space for power batteries.

Audi plans to launch these models in 2024, with the first model being the new Q6, on which Audi is currently putting the final touches to accomplish.

Based on the information provided by the company, the SUV Q6 will be available in a sporty “Sportback” version, and the A6 Avant car will also be replaced with an electric version.

Additionally, there are plans to launch a luxury sedan, the ‘Fließhecklimousine,’ and all the new models will be based on the ‘PPE’ platform, which operates at 800-volt voltage and is exclusively designed for electric vehicles.

The new Q6 is Audi’s first electric car launched under the supervision of Markus Duesmann, the company’s CEO.

And it is also the first model based on the “PPE” platform, which was developed in collaboration with Porsche. Porsche utilizes this platform in their electric car, the Macan.

The “PPE” platform supports an 800-volt system and has high charging capabilities of up to 270 kilowatts. Moreover, it accommodates both high-profile vehicles like SUVs (Sport Utility Vehicles) and low-profile vehicles like sedans.

It is expected that the “PPE” will be available in two configurations in Q6, each of which includes two motors and a 4-wheel drive system with a power output of either 295 kilowatts (402 horsepower) or 380 kilowatts (517 horsepower).

The battery has a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours, which allows a range of up to 600 kilometers.

Audi also highlights the short charging time, as the battery can be charged at up to 270 kW, which allows it to travel up to 250 kilometers in ten minutes under optimal charging conditions.

As for the cabin, the company has updated the screens and control system to match the advanced technological character of the car.

In addition, Audi also plans to refresh the A4 series in 2024. The regular versions will continue to be based on the MLB (modularen Längsbaukasten) platform for combustion engine vehicles, which has been further developed and is now called PPC (Premium Platform Combustion) based on the same principles as the PPE platform.

This will include diesel and gasoline-powered electrified cars for the first time, as well as a plug-in hybrid version.

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